TORONTO — D.C. United's Bill Hamid made a diving save on Sebastian Giovinco in the 67th minute and the Washington club tied Toronto FC 0-0 on Saturday in rainy and windy conditions.
Toronto FC midfielder Michael Bradley, right, tackles D.C. United midfielder Perry Kitchen during first-half MLS soccer game action in Toronto on Saturday, June 27, 2015. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP ) MANDATORY CREDIT
Players had trouble putting passes together in the relentless rain, with wind gusts that had the players' shorts flapping like flags.
Eastern Conference-leading D.C. United is 10-5-5. Toronto is 7-6-2.
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